Weekly Top 10: Netflix Player, Wii Fit, Rolly Nintendo launched Wii
Fit this week. Sony launches the weird
Rolly Music gadget
in the United States. Of course
3G iPhone rumors
still ran rampant this week. The biggest buzz this week...
May 25 2008, 10:00am CDT
Sony Rolly ships in U.S. Sony announces that their funky music gadget Rolly is now available in the United States. Sony introduced the Sony Rolly in Japan in September 2007.
The palm-sized, egg-shaped device rolls and spins like it’s dancing...
May 19 2008, 11:51pm CDT
New black Sony Rolly SEP-10BT Sony unveals a black Sony Rolly blinking and dancing loudspeaker.
Additionally Rolly owners can now customize the "arms" of their Rolly with different colors. I see already Japanese School girls sitting in a coffee and...
Mar 31 2008, 1:00am CDT
Sony Rolly available for Pre-Order Sony announced the wacky Rolly music gadget in Japan on Monday. Japanese gadget exporter Audio Cubes started taking pre-orders for customers outside of Japan which is the only place the Rolly is offered.
Sep 12 2007, 5:00am CDT
New Sony Rolly Sony officially announced today the Rolly music gadget in Japan. A teaser for the mysterious egg-shaped device appeared end of August.
Sony describes Rolly (SEP-10BT) as a combination of robot and sound technologies....
Sep 10 2007, 7:00am CDT
Sony Rolly Video Leaked Sony's strange viral video blog marketing about the mysterious Sony Rolly audio player has been cut short by a leaked video on Engadget.
The video shows a guy performing weird dance moves that 'communicate' with the...
Aug 31 2007, 6:43am CDT
Sony Rolly Teasers appeared Today Sony announced teasers and a blog for a new "sound entertainment player" dubbed Rolly.
Sony Rolly ships international
Sony Rolly officially announced
Rolly video leaked.
Sony Rolly is supposed to be...
Aug 20 2007, 3:00am CDT
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